Lethbridge Daily Herald, The (Newspaper) - May 23, 1911, Lethbridge, Alberta
FREE BUS TO TRAWS Hotel Windsor Bert a Day HoteMn 4" Alberta WHEN IN LETHBRIDGE The Dallas Hotel (s the Best and MJst Convon. lent Place to Stay 41 .L. 4, JL. A ju a. 4. 4, .j. 4. Not Buy A Door liic last car had ahi.'iii two weeks u.u'o. to arrive in a few days. -'1'lirse potatoes arc as fine eating potatoes as are OTUWU in On- tario. The price per lh. sack will -be rKKSH CAMFOKMA STRAWBKKKIKS arrivmo; daily lowest; market prices daily. We have daily shipment of all kinds of .Fresh Fruits and Vegetables. GOOD'S DKUOIOrs 1C1 E CKKAM lee Cream that has the flavor and the flavor lasts. Leave our is the orders or i i -4th. THE GOOD COMPANY each Fancv Heavy 00 earli J M A t N S T 0 R E ROUND ST. "-HOiS'i: GLASS GROCERS ICE CREAM FRUIT AND CONFECTIONERY WHOLESALE ST. BRANCH PHONE CRT A.VD DISTRICT C 1 1 ardware Phone 752 P. O. Sox S7D Wo G'.v- SoeclaJ Attention to Mail Orders mrnissir.nt'rs sor tin-; diivr-tiTi at a. salary of SJUOj I Muc'nson, formerly of has been granted in-1 salary and six weeks' holi- i i ags You Trill Avani to decorate for tlie many Holidays That are coming. Our srock Is very laro-f from 15c a dozen up. i rices ROBERTS OOKSTORE NEW VVHJTNEY BLOCK FIRST DOOR WEST OF UNION BANK. PHONE 1263. AGENTS FOR EMPIRE AND UNDERWOOD TYPEWRITERS You Can't Tell Her Xo you can't tell her yon would like, but there is a volume of suggestion in a pound box of McCOXKEY'S CHOCOLATES Take one aior.g tonight and it Tviii be the best silent vrord in your favor. All flavors, all kinds, everyone packed daintily. ALBERTA DRUG CO. PRESCRIPTION SPECIALISTS. A. B. HIPLEY, MANAGER. PHONE 772 Health Salts One of two 'teaspoonfulp in a irla'ss of water each morning, purifies the blood and stimulates the liver. A medicine to take at anv time. V 25c a JACKSON COPE PRESCRIPTION Successors to JOHNSTON JACKSON. SHERLOCK BLOCK. PHONE 1232. Building Season is on. It's time to consider your material purchases. LUMBER AND BUILDING MATERIALS of all kinds. We deliver in the city. Cheap price. Quality the best. (423 THREE TELEPHONES in or Call Us (323 (523 Rogers Ouooino C. P. R. TRACK Limited Ml VV I I N5TE R Ft D. YARDS AT C.P.R. FREIGHT SKEDS. lies Plate Glass. Prismatic 01 ass. Structural Steel. Stone wood Pico rings. Store Front Systems. Brick of All Kinds. Mosiac Tile. Metal Lath. Butty Metal Wall Plugs. Beaver Board. Canadian Genera! Supply Co. Ltd. A P. O. BOX 370 324 SIXTH ST. S, S. I: been app city of 1 per in on' i Rev, .1 this city create in days iiy his Ivhwntoa church. A meet me wii! be held at the Leth- j bridge Athletic Club, 212 Westmius- i ter Road Thursday for distribut- inc, the consolation prizes, and ar- ranging iht- championships. i RcLcina Public School Board has ini'rcused t'ne salary of its secretary- j treasurer S.JIMJ u> and he j i will lie'-'ute his entire time to the i work. j 1 .Sergeant Instructor Self arrived! yrsterdav afternoon to take charge of j the Battery of the Canadian! Fiei-.l Artillery. A meeting is expect ed to he called and arrangements for j the aiming drills completed. O. K. S. U'hit esides, of Coleman. j general manager oi the International; s: Coke Co. of that town, was' city last night, conferring with Klummerieit. the president of j .ho was here on his way east from the coast. i Rain visited the entire country in I general. what the Herald was told this morning by a real estate i num. "I called a large number of! towns up on the phone this morning, i and I was glad to learn they I al! had said he. j The delegates elected by the Bow! Island to represent the Woman's Aux- iliary at the Diocesan Annual meet- ing of the Vi oman's Auxiliary, which be held in Calgary in -Time, were as follows Mrs. (Rt-v.) Henderson, Mrs. F. -f. Brophy. Mrs. B. T. Whit- ney, Mrs Donovan. "j The liist consignment of percheron. i horses u> be imported this year by Cien. Lane. Calgary, has reached Bas- sar.o. The shipment is intended for Hassano ranch, HO ir.iles east of Calgary, and is composed of twelve two-year-old fillies, averaging iron? to 1.650 !Ks. Mr. John T. Hall, who has been appointed publicity commissioner at Lct.hbr.idge, was in the city Saturday and stair? thar Miss Hall will ar- rive from Brandon in the course of a few days and will spend several months in Medicine Hat. Medicine Hat- News. The regular weekly Bible study of .St. Paul's First Lutheran church will be held AVedncs'lay evening at 8 p.m. at the home of Rev. C. Grant, Fifteenth St., S. Members of j Luther League will hold a short husi- ness meeting. On Ascension Day. Thursday 8 p.m., there will be an English service. Two rrahi.s will leave for Diamond City tomorrow to take people to the i there. The first .leaves a.m. and connects ai Kipp I the Diamond City train. The other j leaves ?.t 1 p.m. and goes direct to j Diamond f'ity. A special leaves Dia- i mond at 11 p.m. to bring r.'ne crowds back. j At nine o'clock this evening there will he a meet.ine; of representatives i of the different societies of the citv to prepare for the celebration of cor- j da-y The meet ins; will be held j in the Hoard nf Trade building on Halt. Park. The Board of Trade. Over- soas .Sons nf Knirland, Caledon- i ;ans. and several tions will be represented. Ahotii 3 hundred men and bovs were at the Y.M r.A. !nst nigh.t to hear Prof T .Shannon. M.A., lecturing on "The .Strencth of Manhonrt It. was described by nil as the best lec- ture ever heard on the subject. At the Uincheoi: attended by fathers on- ly, prof. Shannon spoke on "The Fa- ther and SOP.." Tonight Prof. Sh.umon gives "Sour Grapes, SAMPLES BOUGHT CHEAP They are ail in the window. "Some" values C1TI7 AND JDISTEICT 35c Inchiding Dainty Cups and Saucers Bon Sons Cake Plates Sugar Bowls Cream Jugs Hair Receivers Pin Boxes ALL FANCY JAPANESE CHINA 35c NEVER DID MORE SEE OUR WINDOWS At last have re- ceived the long loqjked menf -or: bie; }i At 8 Kverarcl Edmonds is in the city I from Saskatoon. Tomorrow being Kmpirr Day and a public holiday, the Herald will not he published. 'Hie board of Sr. Aujrtistin's church jhave applied for a permit to build an .addition ai a cost of 5.'50. j R. L. Damon, of Spokane. Wash., been visiting in the city for a few jdays and is looking over the city and 'district with a view 10 locating in Southern Alberta. The furnace at the C. P. R. depot went dry last night and one of the pipes under the Dominion Express I Company's office burst, blowing up the floor in three or four places. The King George restaurant on Fifth street is being- overhauled and repair-, ed. 'D. J. Whitney took out. a permit' if or paVt of the work at Rex Virtue will commence the recon-! struction of the front of A. E. Eastoni jand Co.'s harness shop this week.1 i The whole front will he raised and plate glass window? put in. The funeral of the late Mrs. William' Kerr will take place from the family residence, Westminster Road, North Lethbridge, tomorrow afternoon at 2.30 -O'ClOCk. j Inspector West heard the wage case' jyesterday afternoon of B. H. Marlow.. plaintiff, vs A. Brerchet. defendant. Ke awarded the plaintiff. and j costs. I The snow and rain storm-last night iwas general all over Western Canada !anc! the C. P. R. telegraph lines went Idown in many places. The local yard i office reports the line through the [mountains .cleared today. Today is observed as Empire Day I in the schools and all the pupils ga- ithered at three o'clock this afternoon I in the auditoriums of the schools for j patriotic services, arid to do honor to the memory of the late Queen Victoria. The bridge and 'building department jqf the C. P. R. have a bridge crew at pvork here under Foreman Turn-bull, [overhauling the big bridge, tightening jail bolts and nuts which may have worked loose since the viaduct was constructed. The demand for flour is so great in China that it is very hard for the Elii- i'son Milling Co. to keep them supplied. Large orders are coming in every day ;and with those from town here, it I keeps the milj running very fast all j the time. The last order from Hong i Kong. China, came in this morning, iand amounted to 10.000 sacks of flour, jto be shipped immediately. Prof. T. W. Shannon will close his; 'three days' campaign in iJetbbridge (this evening by giving his noted lee-j Iture upon "Sour Grapes" at. the Y. M.[ A, Many people have attended the! ilecttires and it is hoped That many I take time and attend this last address, i iThis lecture is a safe, srientific, scrip-'c tural and sociological discussion of the! I very interestng subject, of "Human Culture" or heredity. The apt. illus-i Becker Yates have just received catchy sayings, startling1 a car of Hamer Brand Plaster Paris (facts, catch, grip and hold an audience.; and Kelly Island Lime. Phone J381. I Tile regular general .monthly meet-; 13G-0 jing of the Lethbridge Business Men's; Call Cfifi, the Lethbridge Messenger Association will be held in; Service for message and bag- jthe secrefar-v's -office on Thursday! ijrage delivery. Office 327 Round St. evening .May 25 at S o'clock. This will j 0 meeting and the; I CHI! DPFV VOTICE big Vc a Credi' i -v district will -b-e discussed and de- jioria Day matinee tomorrow at the upon_ The aecretary is anxious Ktireka. Kvery boy and girl should all the members of the associa- j set- these wonderful performing goats. Jtion -be present, and any person inter- i the phone that will ;ested in the work who is Dot yet a bring Pony Express Drav to your j member is invited to attend the meet- j door at shortest, notice, to remove (that trunk or anything else you like to name. 103-0 I A performance that pleases old and i i young at the Kureka this week. Prof. j Stanley and his Educated Goats, and j j .Miss M'attie Wade 'Mack, the Irish i j There are the goods that made a national name for themselves in less than a year. New is the time to try some of the best chocolates made. Price 60c per T-2 Ib. 'per 1 Ib. at The Sarm J.O. Family and Dlapenslnf Cheailstg Night and Day Telephone 322 Night Bell on Front Door No. BUSINESS LOCALS RECRUITING FOR THE BATTERY has boon second hotel granted a at Carl- PHONE 581 CITY AND DISTRICT .Sn license tor a stadt in spite of the wet weather the Dia rnond f'ity Kmpire Day celebration wiM proceed. The committee decided that could the prospects popular lect'.ire, j well, enough to see fine weather ahead This lecture is for for wili hold the botii bidKs and grntiemen. and is very highly spoken ot by the press. b ration.. trains leave take I.ethbndge 'crowds out- there. Major Stewart, officer com- manding the 25rh -Battery, Roya] Canadian Horse Artil- lery, announces that the work of recruiting fcr fbo June camp' ar. Calgary will com- mence on Thursday evening at 7 o'clock at the armory at the rear of 122.1 Foorth Ave. South. Every person oosirous of joining the local battery sho'iJfl apply 'f> recruiting at. once as iT-.struction will "be started imrnc-3lately. TI n ii I JL J 1 he Dentley to y. Ltd. j Furnishings THIRD FLOOR We have now a fine stock of Carpets, Linoleums and Oilcloths Having hied to anticipate the wants of every housekeeper, we have- CARPETS- In great Brussels, Wiltons Axminsters, almost any size in this assortment. Prices INLAID LINOLEUNS- .Great range of the celebrated Nairn's Linoleums, 6 ft., price per yard OILCLOTHS (5 ft. wide. 8Oc, 85c, Stair Oilcloth, 3Oc, 5Oc, 75c Riverside Lumber Co. Phone 454 of Ellison Mills Largest stock of Lumber in Southern Alberta Who discovered the North Potel Tliere Is a doubt. But there is no doubt that ROCHON BROS. discovered tne firt ICE CREAM UI QUAKER BREAD Isn't it n ice 1 You eat it once. You want it twice. is the use of soendinp: half a day in a hot kitchen when Quaker Bread is so handy? Phone 1027 and find out how g-ood it is. GILMORE THE BAKER 1610 SECOND AVE. A. NORTH Note The Following Lines For The Home: REFRIGERATORS" ICECREAM FREEZERS. COAL OIL STOVES, ...GASOLINE STOVES SCREEN DOORS AND WINDOWS, LAWN MOWERS. GARDEN TOOLS, HOSE Showing a Range in Each of These to Satisfy Any Demand- CORNER 5TH ST. AND 4TH AVE.. LETHBRIDGE.